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Pedro, > Apparently windows doesn't like file that start with dots, thus I > can't create a .cvsignore file. > > How can I ignore a given filename on a per directory basis? (the -I > option and the CVSIGNORE env var work for all dirs, right?) What version of Windows is this? Windows 2000/XP definitely do allow files beginning with a . regards, John